This is a recording of Ignaciano. This is a recording from Alan Lomax's Parlametrics collection. These recordings were made by linguists around the world as well as by Lomax himself. They have been digitized from the original reel-to-reel tapes. The original notes which accompanied the tapes were often either incomplete, indefinite, illegible or missing. Because of this, the language in this recording may not have been identified or may have been misidentified. If you notice a mistake and know what language this is, please help us out by sharing your knowledge and leave a comment. Excerpts from the original notes follow. As the notes were sometimes illegible, place or personal names may be misspelled: One of the descriptions probably pertains to this recording. 3 dialogue, 2 monologues. SIL, Don van Wynen. 1. Dialogue: one man is telling folk-tale, several in audience, but one man in particular is listener. when the teller pauses, the listener repeats the last word or phrase of the speaker. this seems to be a device to indicate that he is paying attention. it may also indicate his following the story. he also uses, at these points, short questions to get clarification. 2. Monologue: story told privately. 3. Monologue: speech made in public, exhorting the people to good behavior during approaching fiesta.